Thank you for the responses.
I was just notified that the D i received in Micro will disqualify me from the BSN Nursing program I was looking into.
I suppose I should really consider the CC route. My family is moving to Colorado so I will be applying to local community colleges in the state as an out of state student. I don't know how friendly the CC's there are to out of staters with the enormity of applications they receive each year anyway. Also, I'm not sure if it matters but "technically" I have a B in the Micro I took from a CC and a D from the Micro I took at University (the CC course is 200 level and the Uni course is 300 level), would this fact maybe let me slide?
It is pretty overwhelming all of the tests I have to take (HESI, ACT, Placement, etc) and even HC experience I am recommended to have ( i have no CNA cert., just several jobs helping sit for elderly people as a patient caretaker at their homes). I suppose I figured it might be easier, but wow, it's a good bit of work! Maybe just to avoid another year or two of waiting/disappointment since I can't afford to quit my job and take classes now, I should just start from almost the very bottom of the totem pole with an LPN program. They might be a little more forgiving.
All of this is pretty overwhelming. Thank you again for all of the replies! So helpful. I hope to be able to come back and say I was accepted and I'm ready to get to work :)